While Kangana Ranaut campaigns for Lok Sabha, her Emergency Movie gets postponed again

The release of Kangana Ranaut’s Emergency has been rescheduled. A statement on Manikarnika Films’ social media account on Wednesday announced that the film’s release date has been rescheduled as the performer “prioritizes her duty to the nation and her commitment to serve the country.” The actor-turned-politician is presently the Bharatiya Janata Party’s candidate for the Mandi Lok Sabha constituency in Himachal Pradesh.

The official declaration:

On Wednesday, Manikarnika Films posted an official statement on their Instagram page that said, “Our hearts are filled with love filled with love pouring in for our queen Kangana Ranaut.” The eagerly anticipated picture “Emergency” has been delayed, as she puts her dedication to serving the country and her duty to the country first. We’ll keep you informed as soon as we get a revised release date. I appreciate your unwavering support.

Additional information:

The original release date for the movie was June 14. A day after visiting the Ram Mandir Pran Pratishtha event in Ayodhya earlier this year in January, Kangana had revealed the movie’s release date. Kangana is the director and writer of the movie. Due to changes in her schedule, the film’s original November 24, 2023, cinema release date was rescheduled.

In addition, Anupam Kher, Mahima Chaudhary, Vishak Nair, Milind Soman, Shreyas Talpade, and the late Satish Kaushik are featured in Emergency. In the movie, which is named after the late politician Indira Gandhi, Kangana plays the life of the former prime minister.

Prior to the Lok Sabha elections, Kangana is occupied with her campaigning activities. Her nomination was submitted on Tuesday for the Lok Sabha elections. “Today I have filed nomination from Mandi LS seat,” Kangana declared following the nomination, as reported by news agency ANI. I am proud of myself for being able to run from Mandi… I’ve had success in Bollywood, and I hope to achieve the same kind of success in politics.